is an acronym for Geographic Information Systems or in terms of county government - Geographic Information Services. Most people associate GIS with maps, but there is so much more involved. Every feature on a map has information tied to it. GIS is the system that manages that data and makes it accessible to people. Please try the resources below and then use the contact information to the left if you have additional questions.
The GIS Department is working to provide more resources to public and county users. Please recognize that these links are a work in progress and will be changing over time.
GIS data available for download:
NOTE: Specialized geographic information systems software is required to access the provided shapefiles. The below data is updated daily and will continue to change frequently. Users of Google Earth Pro can import following these directions
. Search "SHP to KMZ Converters" for other options.
: This information is provided as a general reference only and does not meet survey grade accuracy standards. Specific questions regarding any parcel should be directed to the Tax Director's / Recorder's Office.
: This information supports 911 addressing and emergency response routing in McKenzie County. This dataset changes daily. Specific questions regarding any road should be directed to the Public Works Division.
911 addressing supports emergency services in McKenzie County. All residential and commercial structures along with any other location where emergency services may be needed requires a 911 address. This dataset reflects active addresses in the 911 System and changes are made daily. Specific questions regarding any address should be directed to the GIS Department.